The histology and histochemistry of oogenesis in the water strider, Gerris remigis say

@article{Eschenberg1966TheHA,
  title={The histology and histochemistry of oogenesis in the water strider, Gerris remigis say},
  author={K. Eschenberg and H. Dunlap},
  journal={Journal of Morphology},
  year={1966},
  volume={118}
}
In each ovariole of Gerris remigis, nurse cells arise by mitotic divisions at the anterior end of the germarium. These cells enlarge as they move posteriorly. This size increase is possibly caused by fusion of cells, but probably by endopolyploidy as well. The nurse cells then establish connections with a central trophic core, which receives the products of subsequent nurse cell degradation. Two possible pathways of nuclear degradation are suggested: one involves the condensation of chromatin… Expand
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Histochemical localization of acid phosphatase in the ovary of Gerris remigis say (Hemiptera).
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